LALLEMENT (BERNARD)

Bernard LALLEMENT (1936 - ) 

  • Bernard Lallement, choirmaster, founder of the Franco-German choirs, former administrator of the choral international non-profit organization A Coeur Joie, contributed to the renewal and dissemination of popular and traditional music.
  • His perfect knowledge of this repertoire, his curiosity and his "pioneering" spirit allowed him to reveal to the general public multiple songs from the French provinces and many countries (Canada, Ireland, England, etc.).
  • Harmonizations and arrangements, cantatas on popular themes by Bernard Lallement are performed all over the world.
  • Bernard Lallement collaborates with Musiques en Flandres in the research and publication of traditional songs from Flanders, Picardy, and in general from the Hauts de France region
LALLEMENT (BERNARD)

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A satirical song (prohibited in its time) mocking the french king Louis the 14th and his many extra marital adventures. We quote in the song both the maids and gardeners as the noble ladies (Mme de Montespan, Mme de Soubise) and, of course, the...

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TRADITIONAL

Popular song from the Cassel and Bailleul region (North of France, close to the Belgian boarder). The original text is in Flemish and Bernard Lallement has produced a French version. It is possible to sing this music in either language version (or...

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TRADITIONAL

Tung by sailors and fishermen and collected from a boat captain in the Dunkirk region in the 19th century, this shanty evokes traditional herring (cod) fishing campaigns. Arranged for three male voices by Bernard Lallement, it is proposed...

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FOLK SONG

Inserted by Jan Frans Willems in his collection of "Oude Vlaemsche Liederen" (Flemish songs old - traditional), published in 1848. This music, whose melody is written in the Gregorian mode of D, according to the Credo of the Duplex Mass, is...

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CAROL

This Hainaut Christmas Carol has no less than 9 verses, the first five being directly linked to the birth of Christ, the next four relating to the feast of Christmas and the corresponding feasts (...). We can therefore choose the interpretation...

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TRADITIONAL

This song arranged for 3 male voices by Bernard Lallement, is from the Ambly region, not that of Meuse, but that of the province of Luxemburg in Belgium. It can be sung by any choir or male choir voice thanks to a simple harmonization and without...

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